N. Hoolywood's Daisuke Obana took to the silver screen for SS12 with a collection heavily inspired by Saul Bass, the iconic 60s graphic designer known for his title sequences. Against a backdrop of rolling credits, models paraded one by one onto the stage of the Tribeca performing arts center in smart geek looks, inspector-esque coats and a few pieces that gave a nod to West Side Story. The true standout looks, however, incorporated a loud white letter print on black – acting as the show's closing credits themselves. Backstage, Daisuke cited Bass' work in The Man with the Golden Arm and North by Northwest (where the grid in the opening titles brilliantly morphs into a high-angle shot of the United Nations building) as references and all-time favorite films. Have a look at some of the collection's highlights and watch the video to see it in full!